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ABC
Nov 7, 2012 4:00am PST
don't have homes or power, following hurricane sandy. >> many had to cast their ballots in tents and other makeshift polling sites, taking shuttle buses and enduring very long lines. displaced new jersey residents were allowed to vote by e-mail or fax. but the electronic options overwhelmed the county clerks there. >> a lot of them said voting was the only thing they had left. and now those recovering from hurricane sandy is about to face a new threat. a nor'easter packing heavy winds, rain and snow. >> jim dickey is tracking the storm right now and has the latest. jim? >> good morning rob and paula. here's our budding storm system this morning. brought some rainfall to coastal north carolina. through tuesday evening, it will strengthen and move northward. what can we expect? the system moving faster than first anticipated. through the morning hours, see some rain and strong, gusty winds. winds out of the northwest and northeast. hence the term nor'easter here. going to be significant coastal flooding and significant beach erosions. it's impacting the same areas impacted by sandy
ABC
Nov 6, 2012 4:00am EST
accommodations for voters who were displaced by superstorm sandy. some devastated areas will cast ballots on portable voting machines in tents that you see there. governor andrew cuomo cleared the way for people to vote in any polling site in new york. and people in new jersey can vote electronically by e-mail or by fax. >>> as a powerful nor'easter looms, some people in the storm zone say they are too worried about surviving to vote. the approaching storm is meeting nearly 1.5 million without power, struggling to just keep warm in the midst of some of the coldest air of the season. new york's mayor bloomberg is urging residents to turn the to shelters. but not everyone is willing to go. >> it's our home. if you leave your place and you don't know if they're going to loot. >> a big concern, looting is. about 10,000 people in battered homes and apartments will likely need emergency housing in new york city alone. >>> and we're learning about the heavy damage sandy inflicted on one custom-built staten island home. it's the home of army specialist brendan morocco, who lost both arms and legs
ABC
Nov 26, 2012 4:00am PST
commuter link between new york and new jersey is reopening for the first time since superstorm sandy. trains will roll into the world trade center station this morning more than a month after it was completely inundated from floodwaters. crews had to pump millions of gallons of water from the tracks and platforms and prepare the signal systems. >>> and now for a look at road conditions this monday. snow-covered highways along the great lakes and michigan. also in upstate new york, a wet and windy ride from houston and shreveport and jackson, mississippi. thunderstorms will drench roads from new orleans, little rock and louisville. >> if you're flying, weather related delays expects at houston, memphis and new orleans. >>> and back to the news now, an embarrassing admission from authorities involved in the casey anthony investigation. >> the sheriff in orange county, florida, now confirms a computer investigator missed a crucial google search on a computer found in anthony's home. someone searched "foolproof suffocation methods." the same day that anthony's 2-year-old daughter caylee
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